'Sorry We Missed You': Ken Loach skewers the gig economy
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Film critic Lisa Nesselson applauds veteran director Ken Loach's latest film "Sorry We Missed You", and tells Olivia Salazar-Winspear why the story of Ricky and Abbie is a cautionary tale for our cash-strapped times. They also discuss the moral and socio-economic questions at the heart of "Hustlers", which sees Jennifer Lopez and Constance Wu swap pole dancing in nightclubs for a more questionable - albeit creative - moneymaking scheme.
And Franco-Italian production "Martin Eden" charms our critic with its gorgeous shots and gentle touch, while 1960s French thriller "La Piscine" gets a re-release in cinemas here in France.
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